NARS aims for title hat-trick
Nationwide Accident Repair Services (NARS) will go for a hat-trick of Porsche Carrera Cup GB titles next year after agreeing to partner with double champion Daniel Cammish in 2017.
Nationwide took the titles in 2008 and 2010 with brand ambassador Tim Harvey before winning the 2015 and 2016 championships with Dan, who will be aiming to win an unprecedented third championship.
The Leeds-based driver has dominated the championship for the past two years with 23 wins from 32 starts, setting a new record last year with 12 race wins
‘We are very happy to be supporting Dan once again as he attempts a historic triple title,’ said Nationwide Crash Repair CEO Michael Wilmshurst. ‘We have grown very close to Dan and the Redline Racing team and have every confidence that they will once again deliver for us in 2017. Dan will be facing a new challenge in trying to win his third title in 13 races, not 15. He is going to have his work cut out, that’s for sure, but we believe he is the driver and they are the team to do it.
‘Motorsport reflects many of the values we embrace at Nationwide, including teamwork, which is a key area of focus for us. We work very hard to include every member of Nationwide staff in our racing activities with thousands of them visiting the race track to support Dan this season. Our people are central to our success and we believe in supporting them and nurturing their development. Dan is making a well-deserved step up to international racing in 2017, which is testament to this philosophy and will dovetail with his UK racing. We are here to win, but to win as a team.’